Keeping Your Loved Ones In Their Nursing Home Or Assisted Living; That They Call Home
The very thought of eviction is a frightening one. But here’s some news: in many cases, eviction is illegal. In fact, federal law allows nursing home eviction for only six specific reasons. If you find yourself in a possible eviction situation, contact us to learn more about these six reasons. And for the help you need to protect the rights of your elderly loved one.
You want to keep your loved ones where they feel at home. So do we.
You need people you can trust
A possible eviction is nothing to handle on your own. You need expertise and an intimate knowledge of the law. And My Elder Advocate brings both. With over 40 years of experience, we have an extremely high success rate in preventing evictions and/or returning residents to their original facilities once they have been evicted.
If you suspect that the nursing home is planning to remove your elder family member from their nursing home, call us immediately at 212-945-7550.
Why is this so important?
For anyone, eviction is traumatic. For an older adult, involuntary transfer or discharge is even more distressing. It can lead to stress and disruption, it can cause transfer trauma, and it can make the rate of death five to nine times higher. Because of these facts, we’re dedicated to helping you through these difficult situations.